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Storm Leaves Frozen Glaze, But Traffic Improved

by ARLnow.com | February 22, 2011 at 7:53 am | 471 views | 6 Comments

Last night’s sleet and snow seems to have pulled off the trick of actually improving traffic.

Right now it’s clear sailing in Arlington on I-395, I-66, Route 1, Route 50 and Columbia Pike. Traffic volume has remained light and no major problems are reported.

Many side streets are still covered in a thin frozen glaze, but are passable.

The storm, which left less than an inch of accumulation, prompted Arlington Public Schools to open on a two-hour delay. The county and federal governments are open with an option for unscheduled leave or telework.

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  • Ben

    Traffic was a breeze this morning! Wish every day was like this….

  • wilbur

    Check the calendar…. Congress is out of session. Traffic always correlates to the Congressional calendar.

    • Westover

      Not always, but recess does help.

  • charlie

    Best Commute Ever. Schools should always start 2 hours late.

  • Pip

    Nice walk this am

  • LyonSteve

    The walk from my bedroom to home office was easy this morning.

    I know Arlington said they “pre-treated” the roads, but I didn’t want to chance it, as I know to take that with a giant grain of salt.

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